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Steder Group knuckles down

December 1 - Steder Group has arranged the loading and transport of a knuckle boom crane from the shipper's premises in Drachten to the Port of Rotterdam.

The 268-ton (243.1-tonne) crane was loaded on to a barge and transported to the port via the Dutch inland waterway system. 

Upon arrival in Rotterdam, the cargo was transhipped from the barge onto a SAL Heavy Lift vessel for onward transportation to a shipyard in Dalian, China. 

Steder Group is a member of the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) in the Netherlands. 


www.stedergroup.com 

www.wwpc.eu.com

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